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senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. tropical trouble, heavy rain pounding florida and heading our way for the holiday weekend. reinforcing the wall. donald trump says mexico will pay, but mexico's president has other ideas. philly in the spotlight. first the pope, then the dnc,
the next big event coming to the city of brotherly love. nbc 10 news starts now. streets turned into rivers. that's the situation in florida tonight. and that same system is heading our way. impacting our labor day weekend. good evening. i'm jacquelyn london. >> and i'm jim rosen. call her mean hermine. take a look at what she is doing across the tampa bay area. this car stalled out and was carried into a ditch. several streets had to be closed down. residents at this apartment complex were evacuated after a pond near the complex spilled over and ran right into several apartments >> oh, my gosh, this is the first time i've ever been through anything like this. i am petrified. i've heard that my apartment's under water and i've come home to get my animals. in near by pasco, they spent
the day handing out sandbags. meteorologist sheena parveen is tracking what we could see in our area. >> here's the latest on tropical storm hermine. it has increased in intensity from this afternoon and is sustained at 60-mile-per-hour winds, it is becoming a stronger tropical storm and could be a weak category hurricane or strong tropical storm by the time it makes landfall along the pan handle of mexico. still along the gulf of mexico. a lot of rain still across florida, a lot of heavy tropical rain. now here is a look at the updated storm cone from the national hurricane center. it will make landfall along the florida panhandle, maybe as a weak category one hurricane, then it will continue traveling up the eastern seaboard, so very similar to the track we showed you earlier this afternoon if you were watching, which would put the maybe remnants of it day
point, which could be fairly strong, in our area, by sunday. so sunday would be the main day when we would see the worst conditions across part of the area. but notice how the storm cone gets wider the farther you go in time. it could travel any where within that cone. as we get into the weekend heal we -- we'll have more specifics. sunday is going to be the day where we expect the heaviest rain, the gustiest winds, especially at the shore, that's where we expect the highest winds. monday we'll start to see the rain clearing out gradually, but it will still be a windy day. in the meantime, before we get to your weekend, tomorrow morning, make sure you have the umbrella. we could see showers around for the morning commute, and you may want to hold onto it through the afternoon. we'll take a closer look at that plus a closer look at your weekend weather changes. we'll make sure you stay ahead of the rain with our app. our meteorologists are
constantly updating the app with their latest forecast. now is the time to download it and stay prepared. now a developing story. a father was killed in front of his child to on the steps of a community center. the victim was standing outside the community center with his son when he was shot three times. he was declared dead at the hospital just before 9:00 tonight. the child was not hurt. so far, no arrests. new at 11:00, a swimmer is dead after jumping into the delaware river and never coming out. new jersey state police recovered the man's body off hawke island. someone called 911 around 5:30 tonight to report that a man jumped into the river. he apparently had been trying to swim across. and mexico will pay for the wall. believe me. >> new tonight, donald trump stands his ground on his immigration policy. >> while talks between the
republican nominee and mexico's president hit another wall. nbc 10's keith jones breaks it down. >> it's all about who will pay for the wall. trump says mexico will. it's clear he won't step down from that promise despite conflicting accounts. a newer, fairer system, that's how donald trump described his policy in arizona. >> are you ready? are-you-ready? >> he says he'll build an impersonal trablg wall. number two, he's going to end what he calls catch and release. >> anyone who illegal lly cross the border will be detained until they are removed out of our country. >> reporter: and three, zero tolerance for quote, criminal aliens, at least 2 million in the country, according to trump. >> we will begin moving them out day one.
>> reporter: trump says at issue isn't the needs of the immigran. earlier today, he visited the president. but he described their meeting as respectful, until trump said think didn't talk about who would pay for the proposed border wall. this is how mexico's president responded on twitter, translation, at the beginning of the conversation with donald trump, i made it clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. in other words, no pesos. but hours later in arizona. >> they don't know it yet, but they're going to pay for the wall. and they're great people and great leaders, but they're going to pay for the wall. >> and some people in mexico criticized their president for not demanding an apology from trump who's referred to some in the mexican community as rapists and murdereremurderers. tim kaine was in our area
reaching out to hispanic voters. kaine stopped in the lehigh valley and visited this community center in bethlehem. in an interview with our spanish station he says he hopes trump uses his mexico trip to educate himself. >> donald trump has evidenced great disrespigot for mexispect. and he needs a little education. >> he went on to say his words and actions have been frightening to hispanics. and he didn't expect to hear a change in tone in tonight's speech. new at 11:00, a murder charge is dropped against a philadelphia mom whose child was shot to death back in june. a drum dropped the third degree murder charge against sha-kia holmes. investigat investigators believe her child shot herself with a gun she found in the closet.
and an update on the process to get all the trains back on the track. a company county was selected to make parts for the trains. the crack beams forced septa to pull 120 regional trains almost two months ago. commuters have dealt with delays with fewer trains in service. we'll bring you up to date tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. and the app. the skyline is shining a little brighter tonight. >> the nfl draft is coming to philly next year. yet another high-profile event in the city of brotherly love. >> brandon hudson, live at city hall where the official announcement will come tomorrow, brandon? >> reporter: when that announcement happens inside city hall, the mayor's office tomorrow. in the last year, we've seen what philadelphia can do with big events, with the papal visit, the dnc, just talking to
a few people, they're excited to show what philadelphia has to offer. on the way to a phillies game at citizens bank ballpark, we asked fans about football. the 2017 nfl draft to be exact. we broke the news to a few people about philadelphia's next big get. >> i think it's great for the city. anything that brings awareness about our beautiful city. >> i think it shows that the city has come a long way since where we were maybe 30 years ago. >> reporter: since last year, philly has had a lot of time on the national stage, including a ncaa tournament and dnc at the wells fargo center. looking at the break down of the draft's impact on chicago in 2015, city leaders, tourism groups and businesses have a lot to be excited about. the 2015 draft created 2,000 temporary job, 800 permanent jobs and brought 800,000 people
to its makeshift draft town. economically, chicago had more than $81 million in total impact. generating $456,000 in hotel tax revenues and $6.5 million in state and local tax revenues. nbc 10 caught up with former eagles quarterback rodney peace who says the draft in philly is a win. >> the passion of these fans here, i don't think the draft or anybody has seen anything about what's about to happen in philly next year. >> reporter: i asked one guy what he thought about an event that hasn't happened here in philly yet, but we like to see happen. he told me the olympics. you may know something about that. he said it may take a while, and it may take the next eight to 12 years. it would require a lot of changes, but, you know, anything's possible. live here at city hall and center city, brandon hudson. and a spotlight on a prevalent problem in our area that we'd like to eliminate is
addiction. today is international overdose awareness day, governor chris christie announced $7.6 million in funding to fight the opioid a addiction in jersey. orangers a e organizers are trying to change the stigma of addiction and get help to those on the streets living with the addiction. they spoke to people who struggle with addiction, their families, and those who are trying to change the stigma. it is called "generation addicted" and available on the nbc 10 app. you'll notice more changes for the festival. taking a look at ben franklin parkway, starting tomorrow, part
of 22nd street la will be reduc. can you find the closures right now on the nbc 10 app. making a name for himself off the field. find out if he worked his magic on national television tonight. also parking battle. the debate over the cars right in the median in south philly. and tropical storm hermine looks to be impacting our labor day weekend forecast. coming up, i'll show you the changes and what you can expect. that's next.
david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why
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five acts to get voted in. good for him. parking battles brewing in south philly. >> with groups on both sides of the debate taking to the streets. the group looking to save 200 median spots held a meeting. they're trying to gather enough signatures on a petition to the parking authority to make the median spots legal. those spots are typically illegal, but the city has long looked the other way. the group on the other side of the debate wants the city to crackdown. they site safety issues like cars poking out into the street. they hope to replace the spots with new trees or a grassy median. history was made in cuba today. >> for the first time in more than five decades, a u.s.-originated flight touched down on the nation. jetblue flight 387 touched down to great fanfare, applause and cheers broke out from passengers aboard, airport employees and and you lookers who were watching the flight come in. direct flights from the u.s. to
havana are expected by the end of the year. to the weather, flooding in florida forced rescue crews into action. ten inches fell in largo. a dramatic rescue was caught on video. as a precaution, all schools in the county will be closed tomorrow. take a look right here at nbc 10 first alert radar. that same system is heading our way. >> we know it's going to bring rain and the continuing threat of rip currents. those rip currents have affected beachgoers all week. lifeguards have been busy with rescues this week. red flags are in place, no boogie boards allowed. and big business to the beaches. this summer has been outstanding. in rehoboth, some stores and hotels have had record seasons.
a lot of people are coming in from new york and pennsylvania. let's focus on the crucial labor day weekend forecast. >> we're really listening to sheena parveen with the first alert neighborhood weather. >> we knew there was going to be an increased risk for rip currents along the shore this weekend, but now we're dealing with wind and rain because of tropical storm hermine. the change in the track of this storm, it all kind of came about today. models were picking up on it. now we have the tropical storm. it was named this afternoon. it has increased since this afternoon in intensity. so it is getting stronger here, still in the gulf of mexico. a lot of heavy rain in florida. and the tropical train is going to make its way into this week. now as we go into thursday and friday, it's going to make landfall somewhere in the panhandle of florida, then a lot of forecast models are all in agreement that it's going to move up the eastern say boareabd
impact our area. the cone as we go further out in time gets wider because of uncertainty. this would put it mainly on sunday, across our labor day weekend, even if it goes on the farthest right of this cone, we're still going to be impacted by it. we expect windy, rainy conditions for your weekend. we have made the weekend changes cooler. here are the weekend changes we've made in the forecast. temperatures in philadelphia saturday and sunday, mid to upper 70s. late day rain sunday. if you're lheading to the shore expect it to be in the mid-70s with wind and rains. the rainiest day will be sunday across the area, mostly in new jersey and delaware at this point. by monday we would see the rain move away. a nicer day, temperatures in the mid-80s. so some big changes to start to plan around. of course as we get closer to the weekend, this will start to get more specific. you want to stay tuned right here. we have updates coming, four times a day, especially with the
hurricane center sending out the treks. so we'll be showing them right here. the dangerous rip currents will still be a threat. moderate to high risk and rough seas, expect this saturday through monday as well. now here's another forecast model. one of the more reliable ones. there you siee that tropical storm. and sunday, that's the highest wind, heaviest rain, that's going to be out of the weekend, the day where we see conditions deteriorate the most. now i mentioned a lot of computer models agree, here they all are. and a lot of them pretty much sticking together. and moving into our area for the middle of your labor day weekend. now in the meantime, until we get there, we do have rain in the forecast for tomorrow. here's 9:00 a.m. for your thursday, your morning commute. i think parts of the area will run into morning showers. make sure you have the umbrella. we can see some lasting through the afternoon. this is 5:30.
showers, maybe a thunderstorm around. friday, we clear up. friday's going to be a really nice day, sunny. but take a look at saturday morning. there's the rain just to our south. and the weekend forecast looking quite a bit different. i'll show you that ten-day forecast in just a little bit. katie: on crime, pat toomey's attacks on me are shameful. he's making it up. of course, anyone who commits a violent crime needs to be prosecuted -- and put behind bars. narrator: katie mcginty will keep us safe -- more police on the streets, better training and equipment, and take on the gun lobby for gun safety laws. katie: i'm the daughter of a police officer, and the mother of three. i'll stand with law enforcement to fight crime, and protect our families. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message.
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the eagles will announce the nfl draft next year will be here in philly, but the birds, of course, do not have a first-round pick, so i'm sure eagle fans will have a warm welcome for all the other first-round picks, don't think so. doral and beckham will see some action. and this game is all about the young players on the bubble. >> it's all about having fun out there. we're going to have a blast. a lot of these guys haven't started in their careers before, they're going to get a chance. it's a chance to put it on film, put it on tape, which is very important. there's 31 other teams that will be looking at that tape come friday. >> you can seat eagles preseason finale right here on nbc 10. the pregame show is at 6:30. the game is at 7:00 and the post
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day weekend, and it is tropical storm hermine. make sure you have your umbrella. friday's going to be a nice day, 81 degrees and sunny. temperatures dropping into the 70s with the wind direction and rain. but we get back into the 90s after labor day weekend. more updates through tomorrow. >> i'm jacquelyn london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. thank you for join being us tonight. have a great night. we'll see you tomorrow. pplause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- david spade, the kids from "stranger things",